^ sure it's OK, we are glad you contribute to our so far bit deserted forum kay:
Thanks for asking my opinion ov_79, but I feel too humble to make a ruling not being Czech! In one way it is logical, or perhaps it might be better to start a bus thread covering buses generally - trolleybus is more a bus than a tram. Just my opinion.Czech rep. is also a trolley-bus power. Historyworks, would you find it reasonable to add trolley-buses issue under this thread? Or, eventually, to make it's own thread?
Do not hesitate, if you find an interesting topic . Kokpit calls this forum deserted, so any cactus is welcomed...I feel too humble to make a ruling not being Czech!
It logically is. In paradox, legislative defines trolley-bus as a "trackbed". Trolley-buses do not have vehicle license number for example and in matter of administrative are understood the same way as trams.trolleybus is more a bus than a tram. Just my opinion.
Yes. Nowadays, there are Skoda, Tatra and Inekon tram producers in the Czech republic as far as I know. T3 is one general model which has several semi-models or versions... 15,000 T3 in the world... that sounds as a reasonable number; where did you find this info anyway?When you say CKD, is that where Tatra trams were produced? T3 production numbered about 15,000 I believe. Is this a record for one tram type in the world?
How long is Herten - Krefeld (Ruhrgebiet, right?)?Which is the longest trip, which you can do with a tram in Czech?
In Germany it is a journey from Herten to Krefeld
Which are the nicest overland lines in Czech?
In Germany Kirnitzschtalbahn ( http://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tramvajová_doprava_v_Bad_Schandau ) just a few kilometres away from the Czech border is very nice.
What's the yellow plan on the map? Metro?I am also adding extension of Radlicka tram line map. The extension construction images are above.